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Title: "Developing Countries and International Intellectual Property Standard-Setting"
Author: Peter Drahos Australian National University
Publication Date: September 1 2000
Free/Fee: Free Access
Reads: 7621
Abstract: The report examines the extent to which developing countries influence outcomes in the international intellectual property standard-setting process. It concludes that developing countries have comparatively little influence. The main reason lies in the continued use of webs of coercion by the US and EU, both of which remain united on the need for strong global standards of intellectual property protection.
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